[ubuntu-my] How to develop a Linux Special Interest Group(SIG) in a Univ

nuhaa cawan.nuhaa at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 06:22:10 GMT 2009

i can think of 3 ways of getting ppl involved:
[1] posters and posters
[2] highlight the value in participating
[3] maybe have male and female contact person for this as in uni there's
just more female students than male - tap that resources

as for teaching modules - make use of Full Circle magazin by ubuntu. it's
out every month http://fullcirclemagazine.org/


Nuhaa All Bakry / cawanpink

On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 12:10 PM, de zull <dezull at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all.
> We want to a develop an SIG in our ICT faculty. We used to have it before,
> but quite unsuccessful. What we did was:
>  -created some groups consist of 5-6 students each
>  -purely student involvement, no lecturers involved
>  -held weekly (supposedly)
>  -no teaching modules, members were taught whatever each team leader had in
> mind
>  -members kept skipping the session
>  -members did not study outside the session
> So now we want to redevelop the SIG, I would like to hear suggestions from
> you all. I believe some of you have this kind of group in your uni. So I
> would like to hear how are you doing it? Do you have any teaching modules?
> Is it working?
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